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Published on June 20th, 2014 | by Kristen Swain

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Cricut Baby Shower Teddy Bear Favor Boxes

Looking for a sweet favor to add to your party decor? These Teddy Bear Favor boxes are just perfect to gift to your friends and family for thanking them for coming to your shower or party. You can leave the inside open for whatever treat or trinket to send away with your friends, or add in a cupcake liner, to secure a little cupcake treat to send home with them.

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I used my Cricut Expression and the Sweet Tooth cartridge. This box is actually the top of an ice cream cone cut. But with a little extra help and some punches, I made it into these sweet bears.

Cupcake Teddy Bear Favor Boxes - CreativeMeInspiredYou.com

You can see here, the head of the bear comes off, and you can put the cupcake inside the box, to carry it safely away.

Cupcake Teddy Bear Favor Boxes - CreativeMeInspiredYou.com

After I cut the box out, I added on some googly eyes, and punched out the nose. I added a little mouth line and some tiny eyelashes. For the ears, I used two sizes of circle punch and folded them down at the bottom to stick onto the top of the box. Then I added ribbon and a rose.

For the bottom, I stamped the sentiment, punched it out with my circle punch, then tied on some ribbon and the button and tag. I also added some color to his cheeks with some chalk. These are easy to personalize, just switch the colors up.

Cupcake Teddy Bear Favor Boxes - CreativeMeInspiredYou.com

Can’t you just imagine a table filled with these sweet little bears, how adorable would that be? And hey, they would make sweet child’s birthday favors too!
Enjoy!

kris



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